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It may not be possible to do this; it depends on your specific model (hardware) and the nature of the BIOS.
If you are able to do this, it will be done by changing some settings in the BIOS. Your BIOS may not allow you change any of the necessary settings. You need to be aware of the consequences of changing the fsb speed on the other components in your system, including your motherboard (see for example http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/topic/11177-how-to-overclock/ - it's rather old though). You might also do it through special software (eg SetFSB - download [not free] http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/setfsb.html I should warn you the it says "If you are a beginner, do not use this software. This software is for power users only. Use "SetFSB.exe" at your own risk.".
I do not advise increasing your fsb.
Posted on Apr 22, 2014
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